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Meet with culture and history of Japan in “Sake Avenue” for Sake is a spirit of Japan.

Sake is a purely fermented liquor made from rice and water as main ingredients. It is important part of Japanese life and culture and has a long history over 2000 years. Sake appears in many myths and has been served during Shinto rituals and festivals since ancient times. For Japanese people, sake is important not only "to drink and enjoy" but "to live with Japanese gods".


You can learn what sake is, how it is made, and how to enjoy it in SAKE AVENUE. We want to spread the taste and aroma of sake to tables around the world and to let you experience Japanese culture and history through this site.


At the same time, we introduce our sakes and their breweries to professionals who would use the information as a reference to expand our sakes in each country.


We hope that you will take a look at this site and enjoy the world of sake.

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About sake

Sake is Japan's national liquor, and has been popular for over 2,000 years.

It often appears in mythology, and has been a liquor to "drink with the gods" since ancient times.

It is made with a complex and mysterious method called “multiple parallel fermentation” which is only used for sake brewing.

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Type of sake

There are many ways to classify sakes, but here we will introduce the categories defined by the Japanese National Tax Agency, focusing on the differences in raw materials and manufacturing methods.

Type of sake

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How to Drink

Sake is a unique liquor that can be enjoyed in a wide range of temperatures from 5°C to 55°C. The taste also changes depending on the sake vessel you use. Please find your favorite way to drink.

How to Drink

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For professionals

We carry a wide range of sakes from all over Japan. The Professional site provides you detailed information of the breweries and sakes we sell for each market.

Access is limited only for professionals who register on the site. Please sign in and find our sakes. We look forward to hearing from you.

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